A Couple of Factors That LATCH Considers Important

If you know anything about LATCH evaluation, then you would know that there are a set of factors that are tested during the evaluation. After those factors are tested, you will get an idea on how well the vehicle measures up in the test. The vehicle is given the rating on each of the criteria.

One factor that is tested is the lower anchor accessibility factor. The anchors are evaluated based on how easy they are to reach. The latches that are found within 3/4 of an inch within the seat bight are going to be considered easy to reach.

Another factor that is used for testing is the force that is needed to attach the lower connector to the child seat. The force needed to attach the seat should be lower than 40 pounds. Otherwise, it can be considered rather difficult to attach the child seat.

 

 

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